Thor: Ragnarok is the funniest Marvel movie to date. In fact, it may be the funniest superhero movie ever. From the first scene until the very last, it’s a non-stop cavalcade of jokes wrapped around an epic, sweeping space adventure. The whole thing will make you absolutely giddy.
It’s the season of spooks and monsters, and no one loves a good spook or monster than Guillermo Del Toro. But the director recently shared some thoughts on what makes the monstrous so fascinating to people, and his answer was suitably chilling.
This morning brought us the Black Panther trailer of all our dreams. And while there weren’t a ton of new plot points revealed, there are a handful of important reveals that we were dying to examine closely. So we did!
Wonder Woman was the rarest of all things: A good DC Comics film. You can own it forever via Amazon Instant Video for just $10 right now, if you’re a Prime member. Go watch and enjoy it before Justice League ruins everything again.
Once again, the fate of the galaxy is in the hands, feet, and empty heads of four of the dumbest people in the universe.
In Happy Death Day, a college student is forced to relive her birthday over and over again. That sounds nice, except for the fact that she’s always, always, murdered at the end of it. To stop the loop, she’ll have to figure out who is killing her.
It’s impossible to separate Warner Bros.’ latest DC animated movie from the fact that it features Adam West in his final outing as Batman. West’s tragic death just four months ago saddened fans everywhere. And while the movie can most certainly stand on its own, beyond serving as a fitting tribute, it excels in…
Shopping for a Jurassic Park fan (or yourself) this holiday season? All four films (including the semi-recent Jurassic World) are down to just $24 in one awesome Blu-ray set, complete with two discs full of bonus features.
What’s a porg, you ask? Well, it’s not quite a pigeon, and it’s not quite a hog, so to answer your question, I have no idea. What I do know is that before you become completely sick of the tiny creatures you need to watch them sing the Star Wars theme, courtesy of some clever sound effects sampling.
Blade Runner 2049 came out last weekend, facing the challenge of both honoring and updating the aesthetic of one of science-fiction cinema’s most beloved films. The filmmakers who made the just-released sequel rose to the occasion by imbuing the movie with a hauntingly appropriate approach to illumination.
There’ve been a lot of haunted houses popping up on screens both large and small lately, including the dreaded 29 Neibolt Street house in It and the trippy centerpiece of Syfy’s Channel Zero: No-End House. That said, spooky houses are a long-running horror staple—and not all are created equal. Here are the ones that…
Whoever is cutting the trailers for Beyond Skyline deserves a raise.
Everything we’ve seen from Thor: Ragnarok has blown us away. Bright, fun, Marvel movies have become the norm but, somehow, this has looked different. The trailers and clips have been trippy, manic, and hilarious. Plus, with each new look, they’ve only gotten weirder. Could the film actually live up to that insanity…
A world burning in red. Alien monsters everywhere. And one big hero, absent, unable to help prevent it all. Seems like a job for the Justice League.
Trippy scifi love story How to Talk to Girls at Parties—directed by John Cameron Mitchell (Hedwig and the Angry Inch) and based on a short story by Neil Gaiman—doesn’t have a US release date yet, but this infectiously fun new UK trailer will make you hope it arrives sooner rather than later.
Our first look at the Pacific Rim sequel is here, and a lot’s changed since the first movie. There’s new pilots and new robots (with crazy new weapons), but there’s a familiar threat: because the Kaiju are back to wage war with humanity once again.
Keanu Reeves has done a bunch of science fiction movies in his career. Some are all-timers, like The Matrix and Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure. Others really stink, like Johnny Mnemonic and The Day the Earth Stood Still. Now he’s back in that familiar genre with Replicas, and it feels like he might just have…
On the heels of director Bill Condon’s remarks that his upcoming Bride of Frankenstein movie would have “nothing to do with” Universal’s Dark Universe comes word that the film will not begin shooting early next year as planned. Instead, the production is taking a time out to rework its script.
If you want to jog your memory before seeing Blade Runner 2049, or <gasp> have never seen the original, you can own the Blade Runner: The Final Cut on Amazon Instant Video for just $7 today, if you’re a Prime member. This isn’t a rental: You’ll own it forever, or at least until the replicants kill us all.